PRiME is a £5.6m EPSRC funded five year research programme (2013-2018), in which four UK universities, working in collaboration with five companies, address the challenges of managing energy consumption and improving the reliability of many-core embedded processors.
The PRiME Research Programme is holding its second Industry Day on Thursday February 9th 2017, from 10.00 to 15.00 at Imperial College, London. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the programme, its research focus and progress to date. The day is aimed at companies, businesses and individuals and may lead to opportunities for future collaboration.
Talks will give an overview of the PRiME programme, how it is addressing energy and reliability issues and an update on the latest research progress.
There willl also be an opportunity to see some of PRiME’s demonstrator systems which are used to practically illustrate the research techniques being developed. This also includes the chance to interact with and ask questions of some of the key researchers.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
Agenda to be confirmed.
10.00 - 10.30 Arrival, registration & Coffee
10.35 PRiME Programme Overview
10.55 PRiME models and tools
11.35 Software run-time management
12.00 Hardware instrumenttaion & control
12.25 Demonstrators and applications
13.45 - 15.00 PRiME's demonstrator systems, networking with researchers and attendees
Room 611 - Dennis Gabor Seminar Room, Dept of Electrical & Electronic Engineering - see building 16 on location map of Imperial College's South Kensington Campus:
Take lift or stairs to floor 6 and follow the PRiME signs (turn right from the lift on the 6th floor, follow the corridor and the Dennis Gabor Seminar Room (611) is about 10 metres on the left).